Summary: I upgraded from a Rosewill RKM 800RF mouse. Love Newegg, but bought it at a B&M shop.
Pros: Much more comfortable than my old mouse (Rosewill RKM 800RF). I like all the extra buttons on it. I have them set to raise/lower volume, close tabs, back/forward, and next/previous tab. I barely need to take my hand off the mouse. Battery life is good for this type of mouse. Probably last at leas...
Cons: Some of the buttons are not optimally placed for me because of my small hands specifically the furthest thumb and furthest index finger buttons. The buttons are still very usable though. Signal is pretty weak. The Rosewill mouse had a little bit of a stronger signal, while the battery also lasted...
Pros: Its a very nice mouse. easy to hold, comfortable. many buttons. cool stealth thumb button. long battery life. i love the scroll wheel. the button right under the wheel unlocks the wheel so it can freely spin. one flick of your finger will send the page flying. i use it all the time on the web.
Cons: wireless signal stops being reliable farther than 4 feet. it has a good range, i can use it from my bed which is a good 10-15 feet away, but the signal will randomly drop for a second and then come back. DPI swich seems useless. i just set it at what i like and leave it.
Summary: If I didn't need the mouse for work, I'd love it.
Pros: Comfortable in my hand, as advertised.
Cons: Tracking is not as precise as I'd like for minor graphic design work. I felt the need to go back to using my old corded mouse. Also, as comfortable as it is in my hand, it's not comfortable to lift the mouse as it's not very light. Minor complaint, but it got annoying after a while.
Summary: My biggest complaint with this mouse is the sensor-placement. Other than that, I really love this mouse. The buttons are fantastic -- very well-thought-out. It's a bit larger than most other mice I've used, and it took some getting used-to, but once I got a feel for the mouse, it's been very...
Pros: Good shape -- VERY comfortable. Love the button to change smooth scroll to regular scroll and vice-versa. Thumb-button is a revelation. Batteries last a long time. Durable and well-made. Looks really good too.
Cons: Tracking could be better -- MSFT Bluetrack and the Logitech Darkfield are both WAY better than the laser tracking on this mouse. Also, I think the laser is poorly placed on the mouse -- IMO, it should be closer to the thumb-area of the mouse. Instead, it's at the front of the mouse, which makes p...
Summary: Finally bought this to replace my beloved MX1000. At first i was turned off by the lack of a built-in rechargeable battery, but as anyone who has used a mouse where you cannot replace the battery learns sooner or later, you are just hosed if the battery dies because you forgot to charge it.
Pros: nice feel, adjustable weight (batteries in parallel so you can remove one), replaceable batteries, plug n play without installing setpoint software
Cons: no connection reset button in case of interference, lag issues if receiver not placed well, laser unit near front rather than center so can affect precision until you get used to it
Summary: I have larger hands for a girl and so I thought that this mouse would be more comfortable than my previous LX7 mouse, but the fit of this mouse still doesn't feel quite right for me. I'm hoping it's just a period of adjustment. It is comfortable but it is a little big for my hands.
Pros: Comfortable to use. Hyper wheel scrolling works very well. PTFE feet. So far I haven't experienced the lag issues that other people have encountered.
Cons: The laser placement is at the front of the mouse, making fine mouse movements really awkward and jumpy. Maybe I'm biased because my last mouse had the sensor in the middle, but I think that all mice should have the sensor in the middle of the mouse. Having it at the top is certainly going to take...
Summary: This is a very comfortable mouse with lots of programmable buttons and even a hidden one. It has a few issues that I'm trying to iron out. If I can get rid of the problems above it will be a 5-star mouse because everything else about it is great.
Pros: *Very comfortable mouse to use. *Accepts only 1 AA battery instead of 2 if you want to cut down on weight. *On/Off switch. *Free scroll mode will spin for a long time. *Great battery life. *Cool hidden thumb button. *DPI and scroll mode switching.
Cons: *Lag issues. I can be doing something and the cursor will briefly freeze then catch up. Sometimes it will remain stuck for several seconds. It seems to happen when there is alot going on, when the computer is being used intensively. Although it might be wireless interfering because my router is 2...
Summary: the first 2 mice were doa (dead on arrival) but the 3rd was good and i am impressed with it .i have had a mx700 for years but lately it has been doing some strange things so it was time i replaced it .this 1100 is a good buy it does all of what i want ...on the whole i am very happy
Summary: What a great mouse, feels perfect in the (right) hand, it has a multitude of buttons, all reprogrammable, and the hidden one under the thumb is very clever. Build quality feels high, with a nice balanced weight and smooth tracking.